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Got a Favorite “THE RED ROAD” Episode? Vote Now

Article: Got a Favorite “THE RED ROAD” Episode? Vote Now

THE RED ROAD Season 1 was only six episodes so not one was short on drama. But which one was your favorite? Recaps and poll below.

“THE RED ROAD” Fans Can Get Much More Momoa Online

Article: “THE RED ROAD” Fans Can Get Much More Momoa Online

Can’t get enough of THE RED ROAD star Jason Momoa? Feed your obsession with the following… 1. Black and white photos of the star on set. 2. Photos of Momoa with his wife and costar Lisa Bonet. 3. Jason Momoa memes to share on Facebook and Twitter. 4. A high school yearbook pic of Phillip…

“THE RED ROAD” Recap: Season 1

Article: “THE RED ROAD” Recap: Season 1

In the small town of Walpole, New Jersey, a college student has gone missing in Lenape territory, creating tension between the two communities — the townsfolk and Native Americans. While local sheriff Harold Jensen investigates the student’s disappearance, his old rival Phillip Kopus, now an ex-con, returns to town. Meanwhile, Rachel (Harold’s older daughter) and Junior (a Lenape boy) are in the midst of a high school romance frowned upon by Jean, Rachel’s mother who — trying to track them down one night — injures a Lenape boy in a hit and run.

8 Ways to Get a Jump on This Sunday’s THE RED ROAD Marathon

Article: 8 Ways to Get a Jump on This Sunday’s THE RED ROAD Marathon

Need to get up to speed with THE RED ROAD? This weekend is your perfect opportunity. SundanceTV is having a marathon of all the episodes so far with back-to-back encores starting Sunday at 5pm/4c. Looking to extend that experience online? Consider the following.

“THE RED ROAD” Recap: Episode 1 (Arise My Love, Shake Off This Dream)

Article: “THE RED ROAD” Recap: Episode 1 (Arise My Love, Shake Off This Dream)

During a traditional Native American ceremonial dance in the woods, tribe member Phillip Kopus (Jason Momoa) watches as police officer Harold Jensen (Martin Henderson) circulates a “missing person” flyer to the crowd. Jensen later questions locals about a missing NYU student.